I had some free minutes today at Akademy, so I decided to build an ownCloud appliance. I did a few iterations in SUSE Studio and there you go: ownCloud in a box.
It's a first version, so don't be too surprised, if there are still some issues. Feedback is welcome as always.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
ownCloud in a box
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Your link to openCloud.org is wrong. Unless you were hoping that I'd buy a cheap air-conditioning unit as well... :-)ReplyDelete
@Colin Thanks for pointing it out. Air-conditioning is great these days, but my main concern actually was the ownCloud project ;-). Fixed that link now.ReplyDelete
I am already using encrypted WebDAV as backup on my hosted server. I am really looking forward to all the planned features and would love to move to OwnCloud by the end of the year (if the schedule does not slip). Even 1.1 looks really interesting.ReplyDelete
It's a wonderful project, thank you for putting your energy into this!